Sustainable End of Year Sales
Happy second day of Christmas! Traditionally, Christmas was celebrated until the Feast of the Epiphany on January 6th. So if you feel a bit frazzled from Holiday cooking and gatherings, kick up your feet and celebrate for a few more days.
I hesitated to put together a sale post this year, just because it feels frivolous in the face of another Covid outbreak and unrelenting life stressors.
I know that life’s uncertainties have been getting to me a lot over the last couple of weeks. It has been a mentally and emotionally taxing time.
But, as always, the lure of the promotional emails got to me. I’ve already done more than enough shopping this season. Most of it was done during Black Friday, but I also stocked up on my favorite rib knit basics here.
If you’re shopping this season, be mindful of how you may use shopping as a balm for stress and anxiety. But also, go easy on yourself. Do what you can when you can. And know that you are not alone.
My Favorite Sustainable End of Year Sales
- Additional 22% off sale items with code, YAY22
- Up to 60% off sitewide, no code needed
- Up to 60% off current season
- Select fall styles 25-30% off
Nordstrom (select brands are sustainable + ethical)
- Half-yearly sale: up to 50% off select items
- Ends 1/2
- 15% off $300+
- 20% off $400+
- 25% off $500+
- Ends 1/1
Rothy’s (sales are rare!)
- select items on sale in the Archive Sale
Thinx (period underwear)
- 30% off sitewide
- Ends 1/1
Madewell (fair trade denim)
- 30% off sale with code, BYE2021
- 20% off sitewide
PELA (compostable phone cases + accessories)
- End of season sale, plus free gift with purchase
- Up to 50% off in the Thank You Sale
- 10% off ANY order w/ code: NYE10
- 15% off orders $250+ w/ code: NYE15
- 20% off orders $450+ w/ code: NYE20
- Select items on sale, plus extra 15% off with code, BOX65
- 20% off sitewide, plus new clearance markdowns
- See my picks here
Know about others? Recommend them in the comments!
Leah Wise is the founder of StyleWise Blog. She has been writing, speaking, and consulting on sustainable fashion, the fair trade and secondhand supply chain, and digital marketing for over ten years. An Episcopal priest, Leah holds a B.A. in Religion from Florida State University and an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School. When not working, you can find her looking for treasures at the thrift store.